Bayern Munich finally confirming their league title victory this season after grabbing a slender away win over Ingolstadt this past weekend.
Crashing out of the Champions League doesn't stop Bayern from pushing forward from the start and putting on an aggressive display.
That approach was rewarded early in the game as Pep Guardiola's men went one goal up after 15 minutes of play through Robert Lewandowski's effort.
Lewandowski continue to show his sharpness as he netted his side's second on 32 minutes, giving Bayern a 2-0 advantage.
Ingolstadt were not keen on getting humiliated in front of their loyal crowd as they fought back and did get one goal back through Moritz Hartmann's spot kick on 42 minutes.
No more goals were scored though in the second half as Bayern were able to hold their slender lead until the final whistle was blown.